Trinity gathers on Sunday at 10 a.m. for our weekly service of Eucharist or communion. Please see our home page for the latest information on service times and other events.

Trinity's life together is marked both by common prayer, especially on Sunday. We also seek opportunities to explore faith together, whether through reading a book, gathering all ages for special events, or reading the readings in preparation for Sunday.

Eucharist (sometimes called "the Lord's Supper" or Communion) forms the center of Trinity’s life together. Our services generally follow the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, though we also use prayers from other Episcopal resources, along with prayers from Lutheran and Roman Catholic sources. 

Trinity appreciates and draws strength from the rich liturgical traditions of the Episcopal Church, but we also breathe new life into these traditions. While our worship is always traditional, it is also an expression of who we are today.

We prepare for our prayer together with opportunities for formation for both children and adults, together with our Better Together partner churches.